More than 70 artists submitted entries for Afghanistan's first contemporary art prize.
Works by 10 artists - including this one by filmmaker Alka Sadat - were shortlisted.
Organisers say the prize money of $2,000 aims to support the small contemporary art scene in Afghanistan.
Afghanistan isn't just a place of trauma, it's a place where a cultural life can develop too, say the organisers.
Zadran, who sculpted this exhibit, undertook an eight-hour bumpy journey to take part in the competition.
The Taleban movement regarded most art as haram - forbidden - in Islam.
Some say art offers the Afghans a way of channelling their trauma and discussing topics which are still taboo in society.